June 27, 1988
The topsoil was removed in meters C/5-6 to a depth of 60 cm off the surface of the southern baulk. One cassetta of tile and 3/4 a latte box of pottery were found in these meters. The soil was loose, rooty topsoil. There were no finds in these meters. Rocks in meter A/6 were removed to a depth of 55 cm from the southern baulk.
Evidence of carbonized material was found in this meter along with some burned tile fragments. The carbonized tile was found under a normal colored tile fragment which, in turn, was under a lage rock. The photographer got pictures of these tiles. The roots on the west side of the stump in meters B/C-7 were exposed. Many small tile fragments were found in the roots, but no pottery. The tile was added to the cassetta for meters C/5-6.
A topsoil cut was made in meter B/5. This cut measured 50 cm from the southern baulk. A molded piece of bucchero, a terracotta "waster," and a terracotta brick were all found in this meter.
A second cut was begun in meter B/5, but work was cut short due to rain. 1/3 a cassetta of tile was found in the cuts made in meter B/5.
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